Syllabus code-breaker

How to read the codes in the syllabus

KE01.01
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  • The first two or three letters stand for the subject.
  • The two next figures stand for the course number.
  • The two last figures stand for the number of the group.
  • The letter combination on the second line is the initials of the teacher.

The codes for the subjects

  • ÄI = Finnish and literature
  • TT = computer studies
  • BI = biology
  • BIE = biology, instruction in English
  • ENA = English as a foreign language
  • ENE = English, advanced
  • ELA = ethics
  • ESD = Spanish, beginner's level
  • FY = physics
  • FYE = physics, instruction in English
  • FI = philosophy
  • GE = geography
  • GEE = Geography, instruction in English
  • HI = history
  • HIE = history, instruction in English
  • TEA = drama
  • KE = chemistry
  • KU = arts
  • KUE = arts, instruction in English
  • LII = physical education
  • MAA = mathematics, advanced level
  • MAB = mathematics
  • MAE = mathematics in English
  • MU = music
  • MUE = music, instruction in English
  • OP = student counselling
  • PS = psychology
  • PSE = psychology, instruction in English
  • RAA = French, advanced
  • RAC = French, intermediate
  • RAD = French, beginners' level
  • RUA = Swedish, advanced
  • RUB = Swedish, intermediate
  • SAA = German, advanced
  • SAC = German, intermediate
  • SAD = German, beginners' level
  • TE = Hygiene
  • TEE = hygiene, instruction in English
  • THI = thinking skills, instruction in English
  • USE = religion
  • VEC = Russian, intermediate
  • VED = Russian, beginners' level